carlings

plural noun
car·​lings
variants: or carlins \ ˈkärlə̇nz \

Definition of carlings 

dialectal, England

: parched peas

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History and Etymology for carlings

Care (Sunday), the fifth Sunday in Lent, when they were traditionally eaten in the north of England + -ling

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